The countdown to the new Vanarama National League season has begun with fixtures to be released no later than Friday, July 3.
Chester FC will start pre-season on July 6 in preparation for the club's third consecutive campaign in non-league's top tier.
Last season's 12th place finish was Chester's highest since the supporters reformed the club in 2010, and manager Steve Burr is determined to build on the progress made since he took charge in January 2014.
Chester FC's 2014-15 season in pictures:
Burr has added striker Ross Hannah and midfielder Tom Shaw to his squad and is working hard to bring in more new signings.
Along with the 17 other clubs that were in the division last term, the Blues will face six new opponents: relegated Cheltenham Town and Tranmere Rovers, and promoted Barrow AFC, Boreham Wood, Bromley and Guiseley AFC.
The first fixtures Chester fans look for will be the two games with cross-border rivals Wrexham, although the prospect of facing Wirral neighbours Tranmere in a competitive match for the first time as a fan-owned club has got supporters excited.
Aside from the league, the Blues have the FA Trophy and the FA Cup to look forward too.
Chester reached the FA Cup second round in 2014-15, beating Stockport County and League Two side Southend United before losing a replay with League One outfit Barnsley.
However, the FA Trophy campaign was disappointing with AFC Telford United sending the Blues crashing out on penalties in a first round replay.
This season's FA Trophy final will take place in May at Wembley Stadium in a double-header with the FA Vase final.
Dates to remember for 2015-16 season
Friday, July 3: Vanarama National League fixtures to be released
Saturday, August 8: Vanarama National League commences
Saturday, October 24: FA Cup fourth qualifying round
Saturday, November 7: FA Cup first round
Saturday, December 5: FA Cup second round
Saturday, December 12: FA Trophy first round
Saturday, January 9: FA Cup third round
Saturday, January 16: FA Trophy second round
Saturday, February 6: FA Trophy third round
Saturday, February 27: FA Trophy fourth round
Saturday, March 12: FA Trophy semi-final first leg
Saturday, March 19: FA Trophy semi-final second leg
Saturday, April 30: Vanarama National League ends
Wednesday, May 4 to Sunday, May 8: Vanarama National League play-off semi finals (over two legs)
Sunday, May 15: Vanarama National League promotion final at Wembley Stadium
Sunday, May 22: FA Trophy and FA Vase finals at Wembley Stadium